Artworks
#acrylic #acrylic on canvas
1985
#assemblage
12' x 5' x 6'
2018
#acrylic #acrylic on canvas
36" x 36"
2018
& acrylic on canvas
4' height 16' length 2" deep
2017
& acrylic on canvas
4'x4'
2017
& acrylic on canvas
4'x4'
2017
& acrylic on canvas
4'x4'
2017
& acrylic on canvas
4'x4'
2017
#acrylic #abstract #expressionism
2015
Acrylic on canvas
48"x 48"
2015
Acrylic Charcoal
2015
Acrylic
1989
& acrylic on canvas
48"x48"
2015
& acrylic on canvas
4'x16'
2017

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  • MaryBeth Garrigan posted a new Artwork Warm Cats
    Portrait of my two cats sunning themselves in a window.
  • In 1894 the largest ever recorded fire storm was also Minnesota's greatest disaster to date. This fire storm third only to the Dresden Firebombing and the Nuclear Blasts in Hiroshima and Nagasaki was a human caused disaster due to the clear cut logging practices of the time. Over 480 square miles was burned in 4 hours distroying 9 communities and killing over 500 people and plus many were never accounted for. in Ojibwa camps.  My grandfather's distant relative, John McGowan was the fireman i…
  • MaryBeth Garrigan updated the Artwork Red Cliff
    Tribute to George Morrison and visual represention for closure of the year 2014 for MaryBeth Garrigan
  • MaryBeth Garrigan updated the Artwork Three Trains
  • MaryBeth Garrigan updated the Artwork Artemis
  • Women of the Schmidt Celebrating the Women Artists of the Schmidt Artist Lofts ST. Paul, MN — The exhibition will feature a variety of women artists living and working in SCHMIDT ARTIST LOFTS in St. Paul, MN including painters, musicians, and writers. In honor of Women’s History Month, we will be sharing the voices of contemporary women artists who explore their craft as creative expression. The art on view is distinctly contemporary and varies with a wide range of acrylic on canvas, coll…
  • In 1894 the largest ever recorded fire storm was also Minnesota's greatest disaster to date. This fire storm third only to the Dresden Firebombing and the Nuclear Blasts in Hiroshima and Nagasaki was a human caused disaster due to the clear cut logging practices of the time. Over 480 square miles was burned in 4 hours distroying 9 communities and killing over 500 people and plus many were never accounted for. in Ojibwa camps.  My grandfather's distant relative, John McGowan was the fireman i…
  • Quadriga: The Progress of the State This piece was inspired by the 2016 sculpture restoration at the Minnesota State Capitol in St Paul.  According to the MInnesota Historical Society web site, the gilded quadriga sculpture group titled "The Progress of the State" stands like a sentinel over the front façade of the Minnesota State Capitol. Architect Cass Gilbert commissioned Daniel Chester French, best known for the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C., to do the work. He sculpted the chariot …
  • MaryBeth Garrigan's paintings portray a lushly colored world of mytological yin/yang visual poetry reflecting her rhymic love of science, history, architecture and nature. Synesthesia is experienced as her perfumed compositions evoke a layered music of the mind.